What do we do if we find ourselves in a conversation about Jesus and realise the other person is of a totally different faith to our own and we know nothing about it? In this TruthTalk and Q and A session we talk briefly about 5 major religions, how they view Jesus, and how
All of us have experienced rejection in one form or another, but for some people rejection can be devastating. Unless we deal with it in a healthy manner, feelings of rejection can blight our lives and can even result in depression or a total breakdown of our sense of worth. 1 Peter
Doctrinal damsels and dames In this TruthTalks audio recording, Dad (Dr Christopher Peppler) and I change up the format a little and instead of having an overview of the post to open with we both dive headlong into talking about a couple of women in the Bible and what made them special.
Dr. Christopher Peppler and I discuss women’s role in the church as it was, is, and should be. Apart from really enjoying and gaining (in my opinion) much needed insight into my faith when I do these TruthTalks with Christopher Peppler, it can still feel disheartening when I think of how few people know
Last week Dr Christopher Peppler (a.k.a “Daddy”) wrote THIS post about debunking myths about Christianity. In this audio episode he goes into some more detail and then I get to have a Question and Answer session with him where we end up discussing the topic, along with Jewish folk, and C.S. Lewis vs. Lewis Carroll.
Money permeates much of our everyday lives and how we use it provides a strong indicator of our attitude towards giving and generosity. Jesus often used money as everyday illustrations in His teachings, but He didn’t address the topic itself that much. In this sermon I link together Luke 16:13 and Luke 6:38 to
In his post from last week, Dr Christopher Peppler wrote about dilemma’s facing church leaders and made suggestions on how to handle them. In this TruthTalk he addresses this topic in more detail. After this I barge in with my usual volley of questions. I try to focus on
Does our general lack of awareness of Ascension Day mean that the Ascension is relatively unimportant? Or does it indicate our lack of appreciation of just how important it actually is? The early creedal hymn of 1 Timothy 3:16 places the Ascension on the same level of importance as the Incarnation and the Resurrection:
In last week’s post “Young People Arise” Dr Christopher Peppler noted the role of the role of young people in past revivals. He also commented that Jesus’ disciples were all quite youthful, and I (Chris’s daughter) had questions like: How young is young? How